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21 Easter eggs hidden within your Google search bar

Google is a company of frightening scope. The sheer amount of info it has on internet users is astounding, and the fact that so many of us are reliant on its apps to function means it should only keep growing.

It’s also pretty nerdy. Or at least, that’s the impression it gives off whenever it adds to the enormous collection of Easter eggs snuck within its services.

Google’s search engine, in particular, holds many of these in-jokes. If you’re not familiar with them, though, we’ve rounded up a handful of our favorites from over the years.

1. If you search “solitaire,” you can play a round of the classic card game. It’s only the standard version, though — sorry, Freecell fans.

1. If you search “solitaire,” you can play a round of the classic card game. It’s only the standard version, though — sorry, Freecell fans.

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2. Likewise, searching “tic tac toe” will let you start up that game. You can set it to play against a friend or Google itself. For a real challenge, set the difficulty to “Impossible,” and try to get anything done at work.
2. Likewise, searching “tic tac toe” will let you start up that game. You can set it to play against a friend or Google itself. For a real challenge, set the difficulty to “Impossible,” and try to get anything done at work.

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3. If you’re still in the holiday spirit, you can play a digital game of dreidel by searching “spin (or play) dreidel.”
3. If you're still in the holiday spirit, you can play a digital game of dreidel by searching "spin (or play) dreidel."

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4. If you’ve got an either/or decision on your hands, Googling “flip a coin” might help.
4. If you’ve got an either/or decision on your hands, Googling “flip a coin” might help.

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5. And if you somehow have six things to choose from, maybe “roll a die” will suffice.
5. And if you somehow have six things to choose from, maybe “roll a die” will suffice.

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